Wilbur Wright

Excellence for All

We are ready to fly into 2022!

Contact Us

  • Address
    11005 Parkhurst Drive
    Cleveland, OH 44111
    7:35am am - 2:05 pm
    Network Leader:
    Andrew Koonce
    Assistant Principal
    Kathryn Baltas
    Dean of Engagement
    Renae Moore
    Say Yes Family Support Specialist
    Jamila Campbell


    The Cleveland Metropolitan School District

Welcome to Wilbur Wright

  • January 3rd is a Teacher Work Day - Students are not required to be online
    January 4th - January 7th CMSD AND WILBUR WRIGHT ARE IN REMOTE LEARNING.  Your child should have a Zoom link on their teacher's Schoology page or in their Clever account.  CHECK THE VIRTUAL LEARNING TAB on this page, social media and Class DOJO for more information.  CLASSES START AT 7:35am on Tuesday January 4th - Friday January 7th.
    DEVICE PICKUP (any student who does not have a device because they were not given one, it was lost, stolen or damaged OR if your current device is not working) Monday January 3rd from 7:45am - 3:00pm.  Tuesday January 4th from 7:45am - 2:30pm.  Please park along Parkhurst and come to the main entrance.  All visitors must wear a mask.  Students will be escorted to classrooms or lockers by school staff for devices and chargers only.  One parent/guardian and their student should come to receive or pick up device.  Parents may pick up devices for all children at the same time.  Please be patient as we may have a line at the door, you're free to wait in your car and come into the building as you see others exit.
    CLASSES START AT 7:35am on Tuesday January 4th - Friday January 7th.
    Wilbur Wright is a PreK-8 school with a curriculum that focuses on literacy and family involvement in children's education. Students succeed through independent and guided lessons in the classroom, where our teachers cultivate a safe and respectful learning environment.
    At Wilbur Wright:
    • Parents are engaged in children's education, with an increased parent-teacher conference attendance rate in the past two years.
    • We host four exemplary low incidence classrooms and two classrooms for preschoolers with disabilities (ages 3-5), in addition to one regular education preschool classroom.
    • Extra curricular activities including basketball, track, cheerleading, and drama club are offered.
    • The PATHS model is used to enhance students' social and emotional learning.

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